Ice World – Asia’s largest indoor frozen wonderland held at The Venetian Macao between May 18 and September 16 – welcomed a higher-than-expected 176,000 visitors during its four-month run. The exhibition featured beautifully carved ice sculptures (some of which you can see in the video below). It has now become a popular attraction among both residents and tourists, establishing itself as one of Macao’s most anticipated events of the summer.

Ice World was held for the second year in a row at The Venetian Macao this year, displaying stunning ice sculptures in ten different zones featuring newly-designed attractions such as Tiananmen, A-Ma Temple, Macau Grand Prix, a Magic Maze and a winding Double Dragon Slide, all in an 18,000-square-foot indoor ice hall.

“We were delighted to involve our community with this year’s show and would like to thank all of the local schools and organisations that helped us create new and exciting sculptures that added to the wonderful exhibition,” said Gene Capuano, our vice president of convention and exhibition operations. “We also have to thank the Macau Government Tourist Office and the public for their great support to the exhibition.”